Well lets break things down. We get two versions of the Air Jordan 1 drop last week, the High “Chicago” and the High OG “Knicks”. The Knicks version received the OG labeling and received a $30 price hike to add Nike Air to the tongue and remove the Jumpman from the heel. The Air Jordan faithful were treated to “Cement” retros in 2011 and the price tag read $160 for US customers. Now we get a look at the Air Jordan 3 ’88 “Cement” box and see an MSRP of $200, a $40 increase from the previous version of the shoe where the only change was a swap of logos on the heel (obviously a very important switch). Do you think the price hike is justified? Will this shy you away from copping, or are these a must no matter what? Debate in the comments section below.air-jordan-3-88-retro4-540x405 air-jordan-3-88-retro3-540x405 air-jordan-3-88-retro6-540x405

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